Five Players Miami Heat Could Target With $4.3 Million Exception

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5. Rajon Rondo

Rajon Rondo Chicago Bulls

The former All-Star had a lackluster season last year playing with the Chicago Bulls, but showed glimpses of his game-changing play against his former team, the Boston Celtics, in last year’s playoff series before fracturing his thumb.

While it’s unclear if Rondo is prepared to accept a backup role, he may be willing to sacrifice that, and a potentially larger contract, for an opportunity to play for a playoff team and match up against the Celtics once again in next year’s Eastern Conference playoffs.

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